Field Recording: Producing the ‘Overheard at National Geographic’ Podcast
Smuggled dinosaur bones? Scuba diving under a pyramid? Binaural audio recording onsite? It’s all part of the 'Overheard at National Geographic' podcast’s third season.
Inside the Live Sound of Live Aid, Part 1: London
We look back at the live sound effort that went into the legendary charity concert Live Aid, held simultaneously in London and Philadelphia. With 60+ acts on the bill and 160,000 in attendance—not to mention 1.9 billion watching it...
Software Tech: Livestreaming in the Age of Pandemic
With venues closed and artists stuck at home, livestreamed performances have taken center stage during the pandemic; Craig Anderton shares how to join in.
Real-World Review: Roland SE-02 Analog Synthesizer
By Bruce MacPherson. Doubling as a tactile surface controller for Omnisphere 2.6, Roland’s SE-02 came in handy in a remote island paradise.
Rich Tozzoli’s Sixth Annual St. John Recording Retreat
By Rich Tozzoli. Setting up a temporary studio for two weeks each year in St. John to record reality TV music is a tough job, but multitasker Rich Tozzoli was not only up for the challenge this year, but...
Review: Roland R-07 High-Resolution Audio Recorder
By Clive Young. A workhorse that does what you expect of it, the R-07 offers some comprehensive features for those who need more out of a consumer recorder than just the basics.
Innovations: Roland O.H.R.C.A. Digital Audio Mixing Platform
Roland’s Professional A/V division recently introduced a new digital audio mixing platform called O.H.R.C.A. to address the growing wish lists of audio professionals who were requesting high-quality sound, flexible architecture and an open audio network that integrates with most...